The outside of the potato is covered with the peel which protects the insides of a potato.
Often the peel of that potato is removed before a person eats the potato which is normally cooked or steamed.
The peel or the skin can also be safely eaten by humans and is left in a number of dishes.
As well there are dishes which focus on the peel itself as the main meal along with other toppings such as cheese.
So can guinea pigs eat potato peels?
No, they cannot eat the peel of a potato at all.
It is actually poisonous to a guinea pig and therefore should be avoided at all costs.
Actually all potato should be avoided for a guinea pig as they cannot have any.
Make sure you avoid feeding this food to your cavy.